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Hello Cougar Families and Happy Sunday



Brandon Brekke and EHS School Leadership

Calendar Updates

Please visit the family calendar linked here, and on our website, to view bell schedules for our last week of school.  We will be updating the calendar over the summer.  Make sure to check the calendar in August for 2019-2020 events and start of the year bell schedules. 

Also make note of the following:
May 23rd:  Last Day of School, Noon Dismissal, Regular Buses, No Lunch

Graduation 2019
Graduation Cap
Thank you to all that joined us for Graduation Thursday, at Red Rocks and via live streaming on our EHS Facebook Page.  We had wonderful weather and a beautiful ceremony!  If you were unable to join us live, please see links to both the Senior Video and our Live Stream Video below.

Senior Video
Graduation Ceremony 2019 - Streamed via our Facebook Page

Jefferson County Public Schools Communication Department has also featured our ceremony on JPS-TV.  Below is the YouTube video featuring our ceremony.  

JPS-TV Video

Community Service Lettering

Community Service

Community Service Lettering Applications were due on Friday to the main office.  Applications will still be accepted thru next week.  Students who letter in Community Service will be recognized at a ceremony when we return in the Fall.  

Click HERE for lettering applications.

Great Things are Happening

We are sending amazing individuals out into the world.  As they leave Evergreen High School, we know that our students are going on to do some incredible things.  We would like to recognize two students that are making great things happen already.

Skylar Gale:  As one of our students
 piloting the STEM program for Jeffco Public Schools, Skylar was selected as a finalist for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair along with students from 75 countries around the world.  At this international competition, Skylar was awarded the 4th Place Grand Award in Life Sciences - Earth and Environmental Sciences.  Congratulations and great work Skylar!

Icelantic Skis
Jack Lindquist:  Jack has had an internship with Icelantic Skis for the past two years, so when he started his Capstone project, they were an obvious choice to partner with.  Jack was able to work with Ben Anderson, one of the co-founders of Icelantic Skis, learning the ins and outs of this local company whose motto is "make local, think global".  After working with Jack, Ben came to our Senior Capstone Showcase and was so taken by the breadth of projects presented, that he wanted the Cougar Skis to be donated to EHS.  The skis that Icelantic honored Evergreen High School with, will be mounted in the Main Office.  They are now in production and will be featured on the Icelantic Ski web-site, where they can be purchased.  Great Job Jack!

Pickleball Champions 


Congratulations to Russell Taber and Chase Thompson for winning the 2019 EHS Pickleball Championship.  The freshman duo bested Jack Faibanks and Jarek Hladik 2 games to 1 in the championship round to win the 9-team tournament!

National Honor Society

national honor society
Attention Sophomores and Juniors

If you meet the criteria to join National Honor Society next year, you should have received an invitation.  Interested students need to pick up an application packet from Ms. Oren in room G306.  Applications and teacher recommendations are due May 21, 2019.  If you were inducted, you do not need to reapply.  Information regarding National Honor Society can be found on the EHS website on the Clubs and Activities page.

Summer Information

summer assignments

Summer Assignments for the 2019-2020 school year are available on the EHS website. Academics>AP/Honors Information. 

If you are enrolled in an AP or Honors course, it is your responsibility to check the website of each of the advanced subjects in which you are enrolled. Teachers have given specific information on course expectations, fees, materials and summer assignments. Now is the time to check those websites so that you know what will be expected of you in the future.   SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS


Jeffco Logo

In Jeffco, our summer school options are varied and structured to meet different needs at different locations; some are academic while others are enrichment-based. If you are interested in exploring the options, CLICK HERE for more information. If you have questions about summer school please e-mail your student’s school counselor. If you choose to use Jeffco Virtual please inform your student’s school counselor, as a verification form is required for enrollment.

Summer Enrichment programs will take place at Warren Tech Central from Monday, June 3 through Friday, June 7. Classes are held from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Transportation will not be provided, so students are responsible for getting to class on time. Snacks will be provided. See the attached flyer for more information and class descriptions.


Summer Lunch Program


When school gets out, Evergreen Christian Outreach is ready to begin our summer lunch program for kids. 

Dates:  Program begins May 28th and ends August 8th, 2019.
Who:  Any school-aged student.
How: Come to EChO once a week (Mon 10am-6pm, Tue/Wed/Thurs 10am-4pm) and pick up a bag of food based on your family size and the ages of your children.  We will also try to work with any dietary restrictions.
What:  We will try to provide dairy, protein and fresh fruit and/or vegetables each week.

To sign up, email: or stop by and sign up in person.

School Supply Assistance

The Action Center is preparing for its annual school supply distribution this summer.  It will be at Stevens Elementary School again this year from August 5th-10th.  

Attached is a flier in English and Spanish which details the dates and times. Families are assigned to come on particular days depending on their last name. The last two days are open to all families.  

Counselor's Corner

College and Career

Click HERE to view our weekly updated college and career information.

Don’t Miss the Boat!

May 20th is the last day to apply to join us on the

Cataract Canyon  2019 River Expedition Club trip July 7-14.  

No camping or rafting experience is necessary.  Limited scholarship funding is still available.  

email Ms. DuRossor visit the EHS River Club website

Trip offered through:

LEANIN.TEAM is now offering a resiliency workshop for high school students on the 4th Thursday of every month.  The primary focus will be on cultivating resilience & self-compassion, students will be engaged in important discussions surrounding these topics and will develop skills to help them through high school, college and beyond! Sign up at  If unable to sign up, feel free to attend anyway. If you have any questions please contact Jen at

Reminder: offers free individual and group counseling sessions for youth ages 12-20!


As our faculty prepares for Jeffco’s initiative to provide devices for all students (likely to be touchscreen Chromebooks), the Foundation will be instrumental in helping to provide resources and funding for training and professional development. The EHS Technology Committee will be developing ideas and opportunities for training.

The EHSEF will be seeking new board members for the 2019/2020 school year! If interested, please contact EHSF Board President Dan O’Neil at or 303-332-8170.

Without the efforts of this group, EHS would simply not be as successful as we are. Please consider financially supporting the Evergreen High School Education Foundation by donating HERE.


PTSA sends a special THANK YOU to all of the families who donated items to our Teacher Appreciation last week!  Our teachers had an amazing week, and we so very thankful to be blessed with such an amazing community!

Thank you for signing up and supporting EHS!

Girls Tennis wins CHSAA Sportsmanship Award!

I am proud to announce that our Girls tennis team has been awarded by CHSAA the Matarrazo 4A Sportsmanship Award!  This is an enormous honor and speaks volumes of the leadership that is modeled by Coach Nielsen and Greenman.  In a day in age, where sometimes poor sportsmanship is highlighted, I wanted to take a moment to thank the coaches, players, and parents for exemplifying what it looks like to take the court and show respect, kindness, and humbleness.  We are so proud of you all!  Congratulations!

Weekly Sport Highlights

Girls Soccer has been impressive to watch this season.  Yes, it’s a younger team, with several starting freshmen and sophomores, but they play soccer with the maturity of upperclassmen.  These girls are a blast to watch!  Our #3 ranked Cougars took on #7 ranked Sand Creek during the semi-finals on Saturday at Legacy stadium.  If they won on Saturday, they will be playing the winner of Cheyenne Mountain and Silver Creek for a state title!  This state title game will be held on Wednesday, 5/22 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, 5:00 p.m.

Baseball is on a four game winning streak, beating Smoky Hill, Standley Lake, and Littleton in two seperate games!  This is the right time for Cougar baseball to be getting hot, as they traveled up to Longmont for their first playoff game and to determine regional champion.  More details to come on outcome in next week’s messenger.  

Girls Golf, Track and Swim
Look for State results in next week’s messenger.

Girls Tennis finished 2nd in League and had a good showing at State.

Boys Swim and Dive
League results:
Our team of 16 boys showed up in force as a contender to win Leagues. Unfortunately, Littleton won (they have a big team) and EHS took 2nd place.
Diving Highlights:
Kian Smith  5th and Jaegar Paul  6th
Swimming Highlights:
200 free relay 3rd, 200 medley relay  3rd, 400 free relay  5th, JC Appleton  200IM  13th, Ryan Dick  100 back  11th, Luke Leimbach  50 free  11th, Robbie Day  100 fly  7th, 500 free  3rd, Nick Delany  200 free  1st, 100 free  2nd

The boys will compete at State on Friday and Saturday!


Interested in music or being part of the marching band, but not sure how it all works?   The Evergreen Rodeo Parade is a great opportunity to try it out!  
Join us for practices on  Monday, June 10- Friday, June 14 from 5 pm to 830 pm, at the Evergreen High School Band Room for Rodeo Parade Prep.  We will march in the parade on Saturday, June 15th from 830 am to 1130 am.   
This is a great way to give try marching band, see some friends and meet new friends. It is also a great way to get involved in your school and community. 
Requirements: you need to be in the 7-12th grades in the 2019-2020 school year.  No previous instrumental music experience required - we can help you learn! Contact for more info.

Open Coaching Positions
JV Softball Coach 
Cheerleading Coach

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